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Cambridge Agenda for Children Out-of-School Time has many years of experience in creating vibrant professional development opportunities for OST providers. We offer a wide variety of competency-based training. Participants are provided with active and engaging learning experiences to deepen their competencies in youth development work.

  • Training opportunities are free and open to anyone working with Cambridge youth in OST. 
  • All new staff should attend introductory trainings to gain a shared understanding of practices associated with each topic.
  • Certificates are available our training
  • We believe training is most effective when attended by a staff team of two or more, as well as the program leadership when possible.
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Bo Lembo

7th Grade Captain
Robert "Bo" Lembo graduated from UMASS Dartmouth in the mid-nineties with a degree in Fine Arts. Shortly after he joined the Boston public art scene as a director with The Revolving Museum working with contemporaries to transform abandoned spaces into interactive, transitory art experiences that incorporated the input of the local community and acknowledged the history of the space and with Medicine Wheel Productions, who’s mission to “re-mystify art” used art to process loss and foster healing on a community level through land reclamation projects and large scale temporary and permanent installations. Bo’s work as an educator is characterized by creating space where individual and collective voice are honored through a recognized shared vision in civically minded, project based learning. Bo is currently a "Team Captain" for the DHSP Remote Learning Summer Program in Cambridge Massachusetts where he uses story telling as an agent for fostering and celebrating community and as a professional development tool for out of school time educators.